legal eagle

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le′gal ea′gle


n.
Informal. a lawyer.
[1935–40]
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Any one of the testifying justices can be appointed Chief if Sereno is removed, the legal beagles add.
Very, say the legal beagles, because he made "a declaration against interest" (such as admissions in participating in corrupt practices), which is an exception to the hearsay rule.
Former attorney and television producer Micheline Keller and her sister Patricia Herskovic introduce the first book in a new series for children, Legal Beagles.
His group, plus Money Saving Expert, Consumer Action Group and Legal Beagles have formulated new arguments to challenge what they claim is unfairness by the banking groups.
The whole scheme design and its implementation is flawed and I am sure when the legal beagles get into it, it will also be shown to be illegal.
One from legal beagles O'Connors who specialise in advice on insurance, funding and business development.
If that happens (a 20-1 longshot) the Pakistan legal beagles say they will bring a counter-charge of defamation against the ICC and Hair.
Otherwise, the track's credibility will sink without trace, and others - notably those owned by Arena Leisure and Racecourse Holdings Trust - that have been affected by the newcomer's presence in two annual fixture-bidding processes will descend on the BHB's successor, accompanied by a phalanx of legal beagles.
Perhaps the ruling by the FTC and the FBI bust are signs that customer data protection, once confined to the server room or seen only as a compliance issue for legal beagles, needs the full attention of the executive suite.
Both give credible perfs of legal beagles at once awed and appalled by the nature of the job.
Liability coverage shrinks, often to zero, when class action legal beagles start sniffing around.
Speaking of PeaceHealth, the legal beagles will have to wait another week before they can attack the city's approval of the project by filing an appeal.